"NOTE : Dedicated cross,square, circle, and triangle buttons not required"3.5 starson by rhodeseven
Pros: Wireless Keyboard
Cons: No number keypad (not in the picture at least) and probably pricey like most bluetooth keyboards.
Summary: This is a response to the editors comment: "The biggest drawback of the keyboard is that it doesn't have any PS3-centric buttons (Circle, Square, Cross, Triangle, Select, Start, and so forth) built into the keyboard itself. One major problem with using Sony's Web browser on the PS3 is that, in order to call up the address bar, you have to hit the Start button on the PS3 controller." On a standard keyboard (wired and with the latest update installed) you can use ESC for circle(back), F1 for triangle (to call up submenu on the browser and xmb) and ENTER for cross. Everything else can be navigated from there. I am sure that the wireless keyboard functions the same. Actually navigating the net with the previously mentioned buttons and the mouse would be similiar to using a laptop and touchpad mouse (on the side instead of in the middle of the keyboard).